Raised together in a group home for orphaned and abandoned children, Vandi and Nicole's love was inevitable. But their future together was a casualty of misguided progressivism -- shattered before it began. Nobody could know their love was strong enough to last through time, lies and separation. A Family At Last is a short story of bittersweet reunion.
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About the Author
I'm a former staff writer for The Florida Sun, (now the Pensacola Independent News), which was published, starting in 1999, in Pensacola, Florida by former Congressman Joe Scarborough (now the star of "Morning Joe" on MS- NBC).
My articles were all nonfiction and ran the gamut from travel to current events and chemtrails to Bigfoot in Dixie.
I'm a ninth-generation Southerner. Born in Georgia, I grew up a preacher's kid in Alabama, attended Alabama Christian College (now Faulkner University) and married a Louisiana boy.
I currently reside with my husband of 30+ years in L.A. (Lower Alabama -- aka, the Florida panhandle).
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Connie Chastain has written a very endearing story with all the elements needed to make it an enjoyable read...vivid description, strong character depiction, and smooth prose. And the story has tension, mystery, discovery, and a satisfying ending. All in all, it's a winner!